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April 21, 2005


Recommended reading: Books chosen by Chuck Palahniuk fans for Chuck Palahniuk fans.

The New York Times examines the "sounds of evolving European singers," including personal favorite Leslie Feist (who is Canadian, but living in Paris).

The San Antonio Current reviews the new Mountain Goats album, The Sunset Tree.

Robert Schneider previewed a new Apples in Stereo song, "Skyway," the other night in Lexington while playing a show with one of his other bands, the Marbles. Many thanks to You Ain't No Picasso for the recording.

Simpsons Crazy offers mp3 downloads of music from the animated series, including many variations of the end credits track.

Happy belated birthday (yesterday), Joan MirĂ³ (whenever we see one of his works, I always mention to my wife that "I love her work," it's a joke that never gets old).

Fischerspooner has a moblog on Textamerica.

The Weekly Planet lists the top music festivals in the southeast US.

Chris Stamey talks to Pitch Weekly.

The Wall Street Journal's Walter Mossberg approves of MSN's blogging service with few reservations.

LA Weekly calls author Jonathan Safran Foer "the Lebron James of literature."

The Progressive reconsiders author Saul Bellow.

Forbes lists interesting podcasts and explains the technology.

USA Today covers bloggers who get book deals.

Brian Eno talks to the Globe and Mail. "A lot of my music is very minimalistic, in the way that Mondrian was. What I like to do is to see how much I can take out, and still have some sort of charge."

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